After more than a century in business, a beloved retailer is permanently closing.

Huntington Wholesale Furniture is closing its doors after 105 years in operation.

Unfortunately, the entire business would be closing its doors, despite the fact that many people had thought the furniture company would leave the wholesale market.

The company has relied on a family business model to grow its sales since 1917, but in recent years, that strategy hasn't been successful.

The company's president and general manager, Charles Hanshaw, is the grandson of the original developer and owner.

 Hanshaw's grandpa founded the furniture store in the same building where the original business is still located today.

The business will provide excellent offers to encourage customers to buy its excess furniture and home décor in order to get rid of it.

Hungtington Furniture will provide the general public access to its warehouse showroom for the first time in the history of the business. 

All accessories in the gallery will be reduced by 40%, including those that are already on sale.

Despite the fact that Huntington Furniture may not be a household name everywhere, its warehouse will include items from reputable manufacturers that customers will value.